The Camden Hills and the islands of Penobscot Bay are one of Maine's treasures. Several wind warriors and I hiked up Bald Mt., from which summit there is a sweeping view of the islands of Penobscot Bay. Even on a hazy day, the controversial wind turbines on Vinalhaven stuck out like a sore thumb! This beautiful island has been desecrated by ugly wind turbines.Continue
On Tuesday, June 24, Saving Maine not only ran the two ads in the National section of the Portland Press Herald, but also ran this ad in the "Business Tuesday" section. We who understand the wind scam know it is the bastard son of Enron. Thank you Saving Maine for pointing it out so well to the southern Maine business community. Expensive, taxpayer subsidized wind power should NEVER be supported by the business community unless that business has its hand in the wind industry "cookie…Continue
Saving Maine's ad campaign has expanded to the Portland Press Herald, with two ads on different pages in the National section. The ads which started today are this one here and, two pages later, the "Saudi Arabia of Wind" ad that I posted a few days ago that had run in the "Forecaster".Continue
Thank you Saving Maine for raising the funds to launch an advertising campaign to educate Maine citizens and our valuable summer visitors about the scourge of industrial wind power in Maine!
The new ad campaign by Saving Maine is on! Here is the ad that ran in this week's Forescaster, the premier newspaper that covers Maine's populated region that loves wind turbines because they will never have them built near them. Support the effort by going to savingmaine.org…